China's Hightex adding cut-and-sew facility

Andrews, Susan M.
September 2005
Furniture/Today;9/26/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p40
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of fabric producer Hightex to add a cut-and-sew facility to its plant in Hang Zhou province, China. Statement of Brad Harper, president of Hightex North America, regarding the company's cut-and-sew facility; Benefits of the new facility for the company's customers; Description of the new facility.


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